ALBANY, N.Y. – Eleven people from central New York were arrested for driving while intoxicated over Super Bowl weekend when state police cracked down on impaired driving as part of the Stop DWI Enforcement Campaign.
There was also a total of 914 tickets issued during that time, with 288 citations for speeding.
"New York has zero tolerance for drinking and driving and these results show that our aggressive enforcement of the law is working and it's helping to keep New Yorkers safe on our roadways and highways," said Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
State police arrested 122 people for DWI and issued more than 8,300 tickets total across the state.
Police say 66 people were injured in 370 crashes over that weekend.
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